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According to CalRecycle, the new food scrap mandate that requires businesses that produce more than eight cubic yards of organic waste per week will need to arrange for organic waste recycling services, which went into effect Friday, April 1.

Additional food scrap mandates are to go into effect as part of California’s effort to reduce organic waste by 50 percent by 2020. For more information on the mandate and a list of future dates for organic waste provisions, visit www.calrecycle.ca.gov.

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